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So imagine this: You walk out to what you think is your car at the mall, open the trunk and drop off $700 worth of presents. The only problem is that it’s a.) not your car and b.) when you return the car is gone.
I feel awful for being skeptical, but seriously, what are the chances of this? So her key opened the trunk to another car that happened to be parked in the same row and was identical? What do you think?